John Marshall

Professor of Ocean and Climate Science


Submitted papers

Interannual SAM modulation of Antarctic sea ice extent does not account for its long-term trends:Implications for the role of ozone depletion
L.M. Polvani, A. Banerjee, R. Chemke; E.W. Doddridge, D.Ferreira, A. Gnanadesikan, M.A. Holland, Y. Kostov, J. Marshall, W.J.M. Seviour, S. Solomon, and D.W. Waugh;
Submitted to GRL

On the settling depth of meltwater escaping from beneath Antarctic ice shelves
C.Arnscheidt, J.Marshall, P.Dutrieux, C.Rye, and A.Ramadhan
Submitted to Journal of Physical Oceanography

Partial Mitigation of global warming through Antarctic Meltwater Anomalies
C.Rye, J.Marshall, D.Rind, G.Schmidt, and J.Hansen

Water mass transformation and overturning circulation in the Arabian Gulf
M.Al-Shehhi, H.Song, J.Scott, and J.Marshall
Submitted to J. Phys. Oceanogr.

How does salinity shape ocean circulation and ice geometry on Enceladus and other icy satellites?
W.Kang, T.Mittal, S.Bire, J.M. Campin, and J.Marshall
Submitted to PNAS